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Beautiful Mess (Rock ‘n’ Ink #2) by Kasey Lane

 
 

July 1, 2017

 

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Jeri’s Book Attic

 
 

 

 

Title :              Beautiful Mess

Author :           Kasey Lane

Series :            Rock ‘n’ Ink #2

Release date :   March 7th 2017

Rating :           4 Stars

 

 

Blurb : Hell’s bells.Jackson Paige was, in fact, Jax Pain, the drummer of Manix Curse. That thing in Jami’s chest tightened, making it hard to breathe.When attorney Jami Dillon strides into the conference room to meet her new client, she’s stopped in her tracks by an all-too familiar figure. Jackson Paige. He’s her tall, tattooed, and sexy as hell hook up from law school-who also broke her heart.Jackson Paige, aka Jax Pain, has worked hard to put that unfor-frickin-gettable fling behind him and the nasty secret that made him leave her. Truth is, life as the playboy drummer of Portland’s hottest metal band hasn’t helped him to forget the fiery, sexy woman who stole his heart. Lucky for him, Jami was just hired as his band’s new attorney. But when he sees the look on her face when she realizes who her new client is, Jax wonders if maybe being this close to her again isn’t such a great idea. The explosive chemistry is there, but so are the dark secrets…

 

Review : A good rock and roll romance has to follow a certain set of traits and the same goes for a second chance novel, when meshing those you need to be careful not to go to deep into either side of the line, both strings need an equal amount of attentions.

 

I won’t repeat the plot in my blurb – as some reviews do – but I will tell you what I felt. Kasey Lane really used some great skills to mesh those genre’s together when she wrote “Beautiful Mess”.

 

What else could I say without spoilers, the reader will find well developed characters with secrets. Their developing relationship will draw you in. I liked almost everything about the book which is why this is a solid 4 star read.

 

The missing 5th star only comes with my missing emotions during the reading, so there were no loud bursts of laughter or silent river of tears.

 

But there was a solid and well developed plotline that I can recommend to lovers of both genre’s with a slight preference on the lovers of the music romance genre

 

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